Governor Al Smith of New York, Democratic Party candidate for President, ponders how to capture the Indian vote rather than have it go to the Republicans. Senator Charles Curtis of Kansas was the Republican Vice Presidential candidate. Tammany Hall, the Democratic Party's well organized "machine" in New York City and state, frequently used Indian costumes and motifs in its campaigning. Cartoonist Clifford Berryman shows Smith thinking along the same lines.
U.S. Senate. Office of Senate Curator. (? - )
Series: Berryman Political Cartoon Collection, compiled 1896 - 1949
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